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... crashed when we rose out of the subway. Fortunately the kinder were kept occupied by the snow falling around us while in quick succession iPhone and iPad maps failed us. Having found Arnulfstrasse we decided a brisk afternoon walk was the best way to get to our apartment. Arnulfstrasse proved to be a long, flat street, down which we walked in single file, like six frozen ducks with wheely suitcases! We soon discovered that the tram route from ...
... everywhere. Walked around the grounds for a while and decided it was time for lunch.
Travis insisted on going to the Hofbrauhaus, so as a respecting father, I had to give in to his wishes and take him. I, myself ,would not have gone there on my own accord but what my children want they get. Sometimes I think I spoil my children. Place was again backed with people having lunch and the band were playing in the background. ...
... but just to have a look around and go on a few rides. We went on a couple of roller coasters, one was similar to the scooby doo at movie world in the sense that it was inside a building so you didn't have a clue where you were going. The chairs were able to spin 360 degrees too so that added to the fun. We ate some nuts, a snitzel burger and some strawberries and pineapple dipped in white chocolate. ...
... My favorite part had to be the small chapel for the relics. This was an elaborate room, with some beautiful and intricate gold work. Not really sure about their actual relics though. John the Baptist's head...how do you know?! One of the major peeves against the Catholic rules before the reformation... I also really liked the courtyards. Did you know the Residenz has 10?! I guess the Electors and Dukes weren't happy, ...
... 8217;s managed to hide their atrocities and how eventually their terrible reign was bought to an end.
I really don’t’ think there are any words that could best describe my feelings as we walked through the gates into the camp. The exhibit that is now displayed in the buildings is very well done and gives insight into the workings of the camp and the terrible events that took place – if only the walls could talk. ...
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